Updated, Aug 2023


Berlin is a unique fusion city. this world-class city has its own modern and as well as historical identity. The capital city of Germany has its comfort of living and travelling. markets and lots of greens. Berlin is a big city, so exploring it can take a lot of time. while city center often full with tourists, roaming around in the streets can be fun too.

Getting In & Around

Getting in

Visiting Berlin? huge city transportation network can confuse you but relax and look at it again. its easy to travel in Berlin’s wide network. the city has 2 working airports, intensive rail network. take a look.

Tegel Airport (TXL)
8 km from center
Transport zone B, This is one of the oldest and in the city airport. There are no trains from here. Bus: Express bus X9, Bus 109 and TXL express: €2.9, Taxi: €20-30.

Berlin Schönefeld Airport
20 km South, Transport zone C, Most low-cost airlines operated here, Train: Airport express: RE7 & RE14: €3.6 (many other Suburban S-Bahn train can also be used), Bus: €3.6 (public buses), Taxi: €30-50(€55 for Tegel airport).

Berlin Hauptbahnhof
The main central railway station of the city. Connected by U55 metro underground(U-Bahn), suburban trains (S-Bahn), regional, intercity and other trains, Trams and Buses are found just outside of station. Airport Express: Bus to Tegel and trains and Schönefeld Airport. Shopping and public facilities including Luggage deposit are available here.

Getting around

Public Transport
Tickets can be purchased from automatic machines at platforms metro(U) and Suburban(S) trains. in buses and in trams also at ticket counters in major stations. The big city Berlin’s public transportation is very dense with the metro underground network, S-Bahn suburban railways, public city buses, trams and river ferries. The network is divided into 3 zones A, B and C. tickets are used as per zones.

Tickets: single ticket zone AB  €2.9 (valid for 2hrs after stamping), single ticket zone ABC  €3.6 (valid for 2hrs after stamping), One day ticket zone AB €8.6: unlimited use in public transport till 3am, Berlin WelcomeCard 48/72 hours – €23/€33.
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See & Do

public square | opening hours: open area

Altes Museum: 
museum | tickets: Adult €10, Child €5

Berliner Dom: 
church | tickets: Adult €10, Child €5

Berlin Television Tower (Fernsehturm): 
tower | opening hours: 9 am to 12 am (mar – oct), 10 am to 12 am (nov – feb), Last entry 11:30 pm, tickets: On site: Adult: €16,50, Students: €13,20, Children: €9,50, Online: Adult: €21.50, Children: €12, address: Panoramastraße 1A, 10178 Berlin, Visit website  phone: +49 30 247575875

Berlin Wall Memorial: 
gallery | open area

Bode Museum: 
museum | tickets: Adult €10, Child €5

Brandenburg Gate: 
landmark | address: Pariser Platz, 10117  Berlin

Checkpoint Charlie: 
checkpoint | open area

East Side Gallery: 
gallery | open area

public square | open area

Großer Tiergarten: 

Holocaust Memorial: 
memorial | open area

Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis Kirche: 


Neues Museum: 
museum | tickets: Adult €12, free for children

museum | tickets: Adult €19, free for children

Potsdamer Platz: 
public square | open area

historic building | opening hours: 8 am to 12 am (last entry 9:45 pm), tickets: Free, advance online booking suggested or book at visitor center, address: Platz der Republik 1, 11011 Berlin, Visit website  phone: +49 30 227-32152

Zoologischer Garten Berlin: 
zoo | tickets: Adult €16, Child €8

Holocaust memorial


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